79a Hamilton Ave, Craighall Park, Johannesburg, 2196

Megyn Robertson

About Megyn Robertson

“We are born makers, we move what we’re learning from our heads to our hearts through our hands” – Brene Brown

Megyn Robertson is a passionate physiotherapist who loves any opportunity to use her head and her hands to help heal people, applying her strengths in a challenging and professional environment.

In 2016, Megyn worked on an intriguing case, where a patient presented with unresolved sciatica (nerve pain down her leg) which led to confirming an undiagnosed head injury from a car accident 10 years earlier. This piqued her interest in head injuries, and as a result, she developed a protocol for the treatment and rehabilitation of concussion.

Megyn has since started running concussion clinics in collaboration with Dr Jon Patricios at Sports Concussion SA. She currently teaches weekend courses for fellow physiotherapists to develop their clinical reasoning and manual therapy skills.


  • Team Physiotherapist with for the SA National Swimming team in 2011
  • Team Physiotherapist for the SA National Men’s hockey team from 2012 to 2015
  • Worked at the FINA World Champs in Shanghai, China
  • Worked at the Hockey World Cup in den Haag, Holland in 2014
  • Worked with various sporting codes such as the Cricket World Cup Qualifiers as team physio for Canada, and various provincial teams in Gaelic Hurling and Football in Ireland.



Megyn holds a coursework MSc in Physiotherapy in the field of Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy from Stellenbosch University, where she graduated cum laude.